NOTICIAS SOBRE EL CANAL TRINIDAD I SUS ADYACENTES
Place Published: Santiago
Publisher: Imp. Nacional
Date Published: 1881
Book Id: 30762
The Patagonian Channels are a network of channels that cover five degrees of latitude, in the southern region of Chile. These channels were navigated by people from about 6000 years to the late twentieth century. This is a description of the costal area of the Trinidad, Inocente and Concepción channels and the costal area as part of the hydrographic commission of 1879-1880 on the M. B. Alert under Francisco Vidal Gormaz.